CEHA has an ambition that all the cosmetic and personal care products that people use should be Halal. As a Halal certification body we provide Halal Certification services to companies which are doing business related to cosmetic items. Our experts make sure before certifying companies that all the cosmetic items including ingredients, packaging material, logistics etc. are 100% Halal.
As Halal food is important for Muslims similarly Halal cosmetics are also important. Muslims cannot use cosmetics which are made of Haram material. We apply cosmetics on our body, so it is necessary that cosmetics which we use must be made of halal material.
Cosmetics are used to enhance your appearance. Makeup has been around for many centuries. The first known people who used cosmetics to enhance their beauty were the Egyptians. Makeup those days was just simple eye coloring or some material for the body. Now-a-days makeup plays an important role for both men and women. Cosmetics help to enhance our appearance and make us feel more confident. With more cosmetics on the market today than ever before, it becomes obvious to us that they play a great role in our everyday life.
The global Cosmetic market was 460 billion USD in 2014 and is estimated to reach 675 billion USD by 2020 growing at a rate of 6.4%. Of the cosmetic products, Skin care has the highest market share while Oral Cosmetics would be the fasted growing market during the forecasted period. The United States has the largest cosmetics market in the world.
The global Halal cosmetic market is expected to reach USD 52.02 billion by 2025, according to a new report by Grand View Research, Inc. Awareness levels of Muslim populace regarding the ingredients used in cosmetic and personal care formulations to determine the industry’s future growth trajectory.
With considerable Islamic population and their ingraining of cultural aspects into daily lifestyles has pushed the mainstream beauty-care industry to also concentrate on product offerings that are halal-certified. To the extent, consumers are willing to pay a premium price for these goods keeping in view ethical beliefs.